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Program Coordinator wanted

Position as Newton South HS Evening Program On-Site Coordinator available

Job Description:

Time: 4:00 – 8:00 pm (generally)
Days: M-T when NCE is holding evening classes (there are some weeknights when they do not have Classes)
Summer (starting in 2018): 5 Wednesdays from end of June to end of July

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare Rosters and class materials
  • Help assign rooms
  • Manage surprises – last minute room changes & instructor no shows, etc.
  • Create and put up signs
  • Greet students
  • Coordinate evening program needs with custodians
  • Recruit and supervise student helpers – this might not be necessary as Carmella had other responsibilities)

Location: Will monitor program from South Front Office (possibly work in NCE office on the early side getting rosters and class materials together).

Pay: $20.00/hr

Other:  This person would hopefully be available to attend NCE Staff meetings held at Newton North HS in the morning. If interested, please email Ed Hauben, NCE Director at ed_hauben@newton.k12.ma.us

Upcoming teen programs @ the library

Teen Study Nights @ the Library, June 15th, 19th, 20th, and 21st:
The Library will remain open late (until 11:00 pm) during finals this year. Don’t stress! Stop by the auditorium for some fun study breaks, like coloring, hula hoops, and snacks. Book a study room online! http://newtonfreelibrary.libcal.com/booking/study. There will be extra supplies on hand, like paper, hi-lighters, easels and more and every night they’ll offer food, like pizza and ice cream.

Check the library’s website http://guides.newtonfreelibrary.net/goodbooks/teenstudynights for a complete schedule.

Ice Cream Party: Teen Summer Reading Kick-Off:
June 20th, 7:00 pm, Druker Auditorium: Stop by the Library to celebrate the beginning of summer with ice cream provided by J.P. Licks and Minute-to-Win-It games. While you’re here pick up information on the Teen Summer Reading program. Get involved and explore the theme, “Build a Better World” with programs throughout the summer. Log your reading throughout the summer and help reach the teen goal of 400,000 minutes. If we reach our goal we’ll get a community prize (i.e. Nintendo Switch, bean bag chairs, etc.) that you can vote on for the new teen space. Grades 6-12 (this event is for teens only).

July 4th Celebration in Newton

Kids’ Morning
July 4th, 10:00 am – 12 Noon, Newton Centre Playground at Tyler Terrace.
Free event for children ages 3 – 12 years. Children and families are invited to join in the Grande Pet Parade, Decorated Doll Carriage Promenade, Teddy Bear Parade and Foot Races. Free ice cream, candy and drinks complete the morning celebration – courtesy of Cabot’s Ice Cream. Kids Morning is cancelled in the event of rain.

Afternoon/Evening Events
July 4th, 12 Noon – 10:00 pm – Albemarle Field/Halloran Sports Complex
The fun continues with kiddie amusement rides, face painting, craft vendor booths and food trucks. The free entertainment at the Gazebo is provided by Constantine the Magician, the YCCA Band and Caribbean music by D’Allegro Band from DESFOB, Inc. Then, the fun moves over to the main stage with the fabulous Bo & Bill Winiker Band for more music and dancing from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Bring lawn chairs, try out the delicious food from the many food trucks and pick up your light-up novelties. At 9:00 pm, don’t miss the grand finale…a fantastic fireworks display! The concert and fireworks take place on July 5th in the event of rain. Visit www.newtoncommunitypride.org for details.

Nanny share

Are you still trying to sort out after school childcare for the next school year? Family with a wonderful nanny who looks after the children (3 and 1 yo) full time would love to welcome your little ones in their Franklin Elementary School area home in the afternoons.

If interested, please contact Christina Broja at christina.broja@gmx.de.

Registration open for 17/18 Destination Imagination season

Over 350 Newton Public School students have participated in this life-changing program.  Endorsed by Superintendent David Fleishman, Destination Imagination is an all-inclusive STEAM program open to kids in grades K-12

Never heard of it?  Watch this short Newton Destination Imagination Webinar.

For a sneak peak at the 2017 – 2018 challenges, click here: https://www.destinationimagination.org/wp-content/uploads/17-18-Challenge-Overview-Flyer.pdf

Registration is now open for the Newton Destination Imagination 2017 – 2018 program.   Please click here to register